BANFF Mountain Film Festival 2013

BANFF Mountain Film Festival 2013

Fra 16 September 2013 18:00 indtil 17 September 2013 23:30 Gem i kalender

Ved Nørregade 39, 1165 København K. Nørregade 39, 1165 København, Danmark

Skrevet af Gil Nielsen

Kategorier: Arrangementer

Tags: Adventure Film , BANFF

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Kære FFK medlemmer

Så byder vi op til BANFF Mountain Film Festival 2013. Banff Mountain Film Festival er tilbage i Danmark, når festivalen den 16. og 17. september 2013 lægger vejen forbi København. Vi har kigget nærmere på de film, der vises på vel nok verdens mest berømte og bedste filmfestival, når det gælder film om bjergsport, outdoor og eventyr.

Vi håber, der er nogle af jer friske friluftsvenner, der vil med ind og opleve noget storslående. Tilmelding for at mødes med os, kan ske på facebook FFK gruppen eller FFK hjemmeside. Vi regner med at tage derind mandag den 16. september, men det er selvfølgelig op til dig, hvilken af de to dage, du foretrækker.

TIL JER DER HAR KØBT BILLET TIL MANDAG D. 16. SEPTEMBER:

VI MØDES KL. 18 FORAN FOLKETEATRET, NÅR DØRENE ÅBNES, SÅ VI SAMMEN KAN GÅ IND I FLOK!

Vi ses til en fed oplevelse.

Mange hilsner
Gil og Karen 

Køb billet til BANFF

Billetter koster 150 kroner i forsalg fra den 1. august. Hvis der er overskydende billetter, kan de købes i døren på dagen for 180 kroner.
Du kan købe billetter i forsalg her: 

  • Spejder Sport, Nr. Farimagsgade 39, 1364 København K
  • Friluftsland, Frederiksborggade 44, 1360 København K
  • Friluftsland, Frederiksborggade 52, 1360 København K
  • The North Face Store, Fields, Arne Jacobsens Allé 12, 2300 København S
  • Friluftsland Roskilde, Karen Olsdatters Stræde 4, 4000 Roskilde

BANFF MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL

  • Dato: Mandag den 16. september og tirsdag den 17. september 2013 
  • Tid: Festivalen starter klokken 18.30, dørene åbnes klokken 18.00.
  • Sted: Folketeatret, Nørregade 39, 1165 København K. 
  • Pris: 150 kr. i forsalg. 180 kr. i døren (hvis der er flere billetter tilbage)

FILMPROGRAM 2013  

CROSSING THE ICE
Grand Prize
People’s Choice Award
Best Film, Exploration and Adventure
Australia, 2012, 44 minutes
Directed by: Justin Jones
Produced by: Justin Jones, Greg Quail, Doug Howard
Classification: General, coarse language
Focus: Adventure

From the film "Crossing the Ice". Courtesy Banff Mountain Festivals.Australian adventurers, James Castrission and Justin Jones, dare to tackle the perilous journey across Antarctica to the South Pole and back again, completely unassisted – just two men dragging their food and shelter across 1140 kilometres of barren ice. Many have tried - all have failed. After much planning and preparation, Cas and Jonesy arrive to tackle one of the last great Antarctic odysseys, but discover an eerie similarity to Captain Scott’s race to the South Pole: there’s a Norwegian on the ice. He’s more experienced, he’s tackling the same record, and he has a head start.

ERNEST
USA, 2012, 5 minutes
Directed by: Samuel Bricker
Produced by: Nathan Ward
Classification: General, no advisory

From the film "Ernst". Courtesy Banff Mountain Festivals.You’ll fall in love with Ernest Wilkinson, one of the last of a vanishing breed of mountain men, as he explains what your best survival tool is!

1ST AFGHAN SKI CHALLENGE
Best Film. Mountain Sports
Switzerland, 2011, 17 minutes
Directed by: Hans-Urs Bachmann
Produced by: Alec Wohlgroth
Classification: Parental Guidance, coarse language
Focus: culture, skiing

From the film "1st Afghan Ski Challenge". Courtesy Banff Mountain Festivals.In a quiet corner of this conflicted country, gutsy first-time skiers learn to ski through trial by fire! Racing with a true spirit of camaraderie, they take part in the first-ever downhill racing competition in Afghanistan.

THE ROLLERMAN
Germany, 2012, 3 minutes
Directed and Produced by: Danny Strasser
Classification: General, no advisory
Focus: crazy descents in roller suit!

From the film "The Rollerman". Courtesy Banff Mountain Festivals. Rolling daredevil Jean-Yves Blondeau flies down mountain roads wearing a futuristic body suit covered with wheels.

INTERMISSION

About 20-30 min intermission. During the intermission you have the opportunity to grab something to eat or drink, visit the exibition, take part in the price draw, chat with people and get ready for the second half!

GONE CURLING
Special Jury Mention
New Zealand, 2011, 25 minutes
Directed and Produced by: Rachael Patching, Roland Kahurangi
Classification: General, no advisory
Focus: curling, culture, environment

From the film "Gone Curling". Courtesy Banff Mountain Festivals.A zealous cast of disparate – and utterly charming – characters bound together by their love of outdoor curling, attempt to uphold the sport. But a changing climate in the highlands of New Zealand could mean that outdoor rinks may soon become a thing of the past.

THE GIMP MONKEYS
USA, 2012, 8 minutes
Directed by: Mikey Schaefer
Produced by: Fitz Cahall
Classification: General, coarse language
Focus: Climbing

From the film "The Gimp Monkeys". Courtesy Banff Mountain Festivals. What has four legs, five arms, and three heads? The Gimp Monkeys. Three friends attempt the first all-disabled ascent of Yosemite’s iconic El Capitan.

THE DREAM FACTORY (SPECIAL EDIT)
USA, 2012, 27 minutes
Directed and Produced by: Teton Gravity Research
Classification: General, no advisory
Focus: ski/snowboard

From the film "The Dream Factory". Courtesy Banff Mountain Festivals. For the past 16 years, Teton Gravity Research has made the pilgrimage to America’s last frontier, Alaska: The Dream Factory. From the early gold rush days, to the rise of commercial fishing, to the explosion of the ski and snowboard freeride movement, people have left everything to follow their dreams and journey to this foreign, mystical land. The Dream Factory shows us the past, the present, and a glimpse at the future.

WIDE BOYZ
Best Short Mountain Film
USA, 2012, 12 minutes
Classification: Parental Guidance, coarse language
Focus: rock climbing

From the film "Wide Boyz". Courtesy Banff Mountain Festivals. Meet UK off-width crack climbing specialists Pete Whittaker and Tom Randall who train hard and play harder. Wide Boyz is about suffering in a dodgy Sheffield basement, the ethics of style, and big payoffs in the Southwestern US.

WINGSUIT DOWNHILL TARGET PUNCH
Switzerland, 2012, 5 minutes
Directed and Produced by: Alexander Polli and Alexander Weibel
Classification: General, no advisory
Focus: Wingsuit flying

 

From the film "Wingsuit Downhill Target Punch". Courtesy Banff Mountain Festivals.Flying his wingsuit towards a special slalom gate, Alexander Polli literally breaks through the barriers of what is possible in human flight.


Kommer

  • Gravatar Kenneth Andreasen
  • Gravatar Gil Nielsen
  • Gravatar Karen Juhl Petersen
  • Gravatar Christel Berg Schønfeldt
  • Gravatar Anne Olivia Ewertsen
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